Historically Speaking Episode 48
"The Health of the City" continues with a second program that focuses on the impact of the influenza epidemic of 1918-1919 on the City of Rutland. In October of 1918, perhaps the single most deadly month in America's history, there were over 700 cases of influenza in Rutland. This program highlights the stories of families who were impacted by this health crisis.
Run time 29 minutes 49 secondsProducer Rutland Historical SocietyAudio/Visual sound, color